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Highlights: The Non Academic Job Search with Anne Krook

October 09, 2015
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"I participated in Dr. Krook's talk on Non-Academic Job Search. It was really an informative seminar and I wanted to thank you and your colleagues for organizing such a great event." - Mahan Rahimi , SFU grad student

Not sure how to complete the template exercise? Watch the first video (below) where Anne gives instructions on how to use it. 

Missed Dr. Anne Krook's seminar on the non-academic job search for graduate students and postdocs? Don't worry! Here are some of the highlights of the seminar to help you with your transition to a non-academic career. 

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In this first video, Anne gives instructions on how to complete her template exercise. 

In the second video, Anne discusses job postings and gives tips on how to focus your job search.

In the third video, Anne takes some questions from the audience. 

"Anne gave such a terrific workshop. It was a privilege to be able to attend."

-Laura Booi, SFU Grad Student

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Still not clear about the template exercise? An APEX session is being organized to help participants use it. Add yourself to the contact list by writing to apex_grad@sfu.ca.

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